On October 12, 2009, the Uruguayan Parliament unanimously approved legislation providing rules for individuals seeking to change their gender identity. The legislation allows an individual to undergo a sex change at age 18, and allows the person to change his or her name and sexual identity on any official documents, including those dealing with marriage and travel.
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